Jerusalem is ready for its close-up

Moviemaking in the Holy City has come a long way, as flimmakers find the capital’s varied landscapes to be interesting, mysterious and diverse

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June 20, 2018 16:18
(FROM LEFT) Director Avi Nesher on the set of ‘The Other Story’

(FROM LEFT) Director Avi Nesher on the set of ‘The Other Story’ with actress Joy Rieger and singer Natan Goshen. (photo credit: MICHAL FATTAL)

 
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Yoram Honig, the founder of the Jerusalem Film & Television Fund, was having a good day last Sunday, and he’s been having a lot of good days lately.

He had just learned that Eliran Malka’s feature-film debut, Unorthodox, would be opening the 35th Jerusalem Film Festival in July. Unorthodox, which stars Shuli Rand and dramatizes the founding of the Shas political party in Jerusalem, received a significant portion of its budget from the fund.

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